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Every care is taken to deliver a prompt, professional and high quality finish to all surfaces. The procedure is a highly advanced cleaning treatment for your exterior surfaces. When completed, it will give you a lasting deep gloss and cleanliness which can last up to 5 years.

Future cleaning times will be greatly reduced and made much more easy and less strenuous.

(it will be advised that you continue your normal routine cleans using a recommended product and method of aftercare)


Windows and Frames (aluminium & UPVC)

Front, Side and Rear Doors

Caravans and Lodges

Conservatories / Sun Rooms

Garage Doors

Procedure can take up to 5 days to complete, but will give you years of full protection.

Please note: All procedures are carried out by professional and highly trained operatives, using ceramic coatings whilst untrained can cause damage to surfaces. Our operatives are trained to use specially formulated Nanocoat Coatings suitable for particular finished surfaces.

Call us for more details.

Neat Enhancements UPVC, Aluminium restoration & protection coatings

Surface Respray
Restoration Specialist
& Graphene protection


When it comes to restoring and  protecting your surfaces, NEAT Enhancements Ltd with our complete resprays and Graphene technology stand out as the ultimate surface respray & protection choice. Engineered with cutting-edge technology and premium quality. Our services offer an array of benefits that go way beyond traditional cleaning & surface protection methods.

REAL Protection against dirt, grime, mould, and everyday contaminants.

First and foremost, after the restoration, we create an impenetrable shield on your surfaces against harmful elements such as UV rays, oxidation, fallout contaminants, plus protection against, water hardness, staining, misting with the added protection against dirt and grime & mould.

Protection is preventative, often better than the cure!
The result? A long-lasting, durable shield with a showroom-quality finish that keeps your surfaces looking brand new.

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